On 14/06/2010 22:51, Ashley Sheridan wrote:
> It's not my requirement, it's been a legal requirement in the UK for 3
> years now.
Further to this the actual regulation is here:
The relevant line from this:
6(c) the details of the service provider, including his electronic mail
address, which make it possible to contact him rapidly and communicate
with him in a direct and effective manner;
It must be stressed that these laws were written before spam became 90%+
of all email communication (2002). So I suspect it could be argued that
a contact form can be allowed to bypass your normal email spam checking
and is therefore a quicker way to communicate effectively.
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